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  • February 14, 2018

    Carleton College mourns the loss of Jack Thurnblad ’49

    The Carleton College athletic community lost a cherished member as Jack Thurnblad ’49 passed away on Feb. 12 at the age of 96. He served as the school’s head men’s basketball coach from 1960-84, head men’s golf coach from 1965-89, and was a charter member of the school’s ‘C’ Club Hall of Fame.

  • October 2, 2017

    Knights finish ninth at MIAC Championships

    Despite its best showing at the MIAC Championships in at least 31 years, the Carleton College men’s golf team wrapped up the final round of play at the conference tournament in the same place that it began the day: in ninth place.

  • October 1, 2017

    Knights drop to ninth after day two at MIAC Championships

    The Carleton College men’s golf team struggled in round two of the MIAC Championships, dropping one spot in the standings to now sit in ninth place after coming in with a team total of 327. The Knights were able to move up to seventh for total pars, but an excess of big numbers and only seven birdies over two days prevented Carleton from moving up the leaderboard.

  • September 30, 2017

    Knights eighth after day one of MIAC Championships

    The Carleton College men’s golf team completed day one of the 54-hole MIAC Championships at the Ridges at Sand Creek with a score of 312, placing the Knights in eighth place.

  • September 25, 2017

    Split-squad action has Knights competing twice

    The Carleton College men’s golf team participated in a pair of events over the weekend: the Twin Cities Classic and the Carleton/Macalester/St. Olaf Triangular. The Knights finished 13th at the former, while taking second place at the latter.

  • September 17, 2017

    Knights finish 15th at Saint John’s Fall Invitational

    This weekend the Carleton College men’s golf team competed in the Saint John’s Fall Invitational held at Blackberry Ridge Golf Course and Greystone Golf Club. In an extremely strong field—including three top-25 DIII teams and four others receiving votes—the Knights struggled with strong winds and long fescue on both courses, finishing the tournament 15th out of 17 teams.